WEIJA DAM SPILLAGE- Due to the heavy downpour in the catchment area of the Densu River basin, Management of Ghana Water Company Limited (GWCL) has begun minimal spillage of excess water from the dam as at Sunday 11th October, 2020. Management of GWCL therefore wishes to inform members of the general public as well as institutions and organizations who have properties downstream of the dam to take note and act accordingly since information from the Ghana Meteorological Agency (GMA) indicates that there will be more rains. Meanwhile the GWCL, NADMO and other sector agencies are making arrangement for the provision of water and other services to the people displaced by the flood. Affected communities include; Tetegu, Oblogo, Pambros Salt, Lower McCarthy Hill, Lower Weija, Bojo Beach, Ada Kopey and surrounding communities.
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Mr. Christian Siawor

Chief Manager 

(Special Duties)

Mr. Christian Siawor joined the company as an intern in 1996 with a subsequent confirmation as a Chemist/Bacteriologist. He was the Chief Manager of the Accra Tema Metropolitan Area water production systems (ATMA Production) from 2015 to 2018, when he assumed his current position as Chief Manager in charge of Special Duties.

Mr. Siawor has garnered extensive experience in water quality and treatment, and system technical audit in a career that has spanned two decades with stints at the Weija Treatment Plant, the ATMA Regional Laboratory, the Brong Ahafo Region and the Water Quality Directorate at the Head Office. His knowledge of the operations of the company was particularly accentuated by the role he played during the 5-year GWCL/AVRL management contract as a Compliance Officer with the Operations Monitoring and Asset Management department (OMAM) where he visited all GWCL’s treatment facilities nationwide for technical auditing and system appraisal.

He has served as a member of the National Technical Committee on Standards for Drinking Water Quality from 2008 to 2013 and the national steering committee of integrated management of invasive aquatic weeds project from 2007 to 2014. Being proficient in research and innovation, he has to his credit patents in the USA, Ghana and other jurisdictions in respect of a Constant Head Gravity Fluid Dispenser. He has also developed novel procedures for treating iron and arsenic contaminants in water.

He is a member of the Ghana Chemical Society and holds a Bachelor of Science BSc (Hon) degree in Biochemistry from KNUST, and a Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Water Management from UNESCO IHE, Netherlands.